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Flat Fan Low Drift Nozzle

Flat Fan Low Drift Nozzle

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The Arag Flat Fan Low Drift Nozzle is the standard low drift nozzle which can reduce drift by 50% compared with other nozzles. It is ideal for use with an ATV or boom sprayer, giving you the option to change water rates or spraying speeds. The special construction of this nozzle includes two parts which incorporate a removable pre-orifice which fits into the back of the nozzle. This significantly reduces the number of drift prone droplets.

This nozzle has a relatively coarse spray so avoid spraying very small weeds as these may be missed.

The Hypro Flat Fan Low Drift is available in a range of sizes depending on your spraying speed and water rate. The colours correspond with your requirements, take a look at this Nozzle Chart to find out which colour nozzle you require.

Key Benefits:

  • Reduces spray drift by 50%.
  • Designed for use with an ATV or boom sprayer.
  • Comes in a variety of sizes.


By law, everyone who uses pesticides professionally must have received adequate training in using pesticides safely and be skilled in the job they are carrying out." Upon purchasing this product you and/or the end users are responsibile for ensuring that these products are used in line with industry Approved Codes of Practice. All operators must be trained and certificated in using and applying any Ministry Approved Professional Product (MAPP). Use plant protection products safely. Always read the label and product information before use. Please be aware that by proceeding you are purchasing a professional pesticide product. You must ensure the end user of these products complies with the DEFRA/HSE Code for the Safe use of Pesticides. There are legal responsibilities covering the storage and use of professional use pesticides. These responsibilities are covered by The Food and Environment Protection Act 1985 (FEPA) and Control of Pesticide Regulations 1986 (COPR).

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